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to the structural components underneath the dock and some of those are, you know, metal plates that are used to screw together the pieces. some are missing flotation underneath. >> tonight, more than 100 people turned out at a community meeting. but there are also many pointed questions, the dean wanted to know why port officials were told not to sail out of the harbor as the waves were approaching. >> i think there would be less problems with the harbor and more of it would survive. >> dennis urged authorities to accept a similar tsunami could occur in the future. >> this harbor is not a great place to have -- to try and survive a tsunami. there are things that i think the harbor really needs to look at in terms of tsunami proofing the harbor. >> at the harbor today, the damage from the tsunami is plainly visible. entire docks are miss along with 77 slips, which means the harbor has more boats than docking areas. but steve is keeping all the inconvenience in perspective. >> something so far away affects us so intimately and it makes you feel so sorry for the people in japan. >> how t
his decision to commit u.s. forces for libyan freedom fighters. how well did he make his case to the american people? >> it is the kind of witness that a prosecutor absolutely wants to use. >> the barry bonds perjury trial gets intimate. what evidence his ex-mistress proves he used steroids. >>> a bay area landmark up to sale. what it will cost you to buy that piece of rock. good evening, i'm ken bass teed a -- >> i'm dana king. the president says the united states took action to stop a massacre. >> but now nato will take the reins in the operation to protect the civilians in libya. >> president obama: i said role would be limited and we would not put ground troops into libya and we would focus our unique capabilities on the front end and we would transfer responsibility to our allies and partners. tonight we're fulfilling that pledge. >> pledge. >> from an address to the nation he stated libya would be better off with gaddafi out of power and he'll pursue it through other than military means they are dominated militarilily and politically by the united states. in addition t
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used to be at least ten feet wider. in fact, it had a staircase going up the hill. that has all been swallowed by four trees root and all, tons of mud. it pulled up the support poles, the fencing, and in the back, it used to be a 6-foot tall storage shed. it has been crumpled like an aluminum can. the land is sliding from three homes above into the back of these homes. as you can tell from that storage shed, it's sliding into the back of the house. residents tell me they believe all of this is connected to a devastating landslide 28 years ago. >> i am not going to wait. >> blanca is trying to box up what her family can live with and live without because tonight she is in a race against the storm cloud. you would, too, if your backyard looked as if it was hit by a major earthquake. instead, her backyard in san pablo has been sliced away by days and days of rain. they will hope tarping will slow the landslide. >> i can hear the cracks. i can see that my hill is gone. so i don't want to wait for the rest of it to go down the hill. >> what was her backyard has now slid. >> this used
used. >> tax donations have skyrocketed. to give $10 pho the red cross, dial 90111 and sit send. but uchino says some cares are waiting for customers poo pay their bill before doling out the money. and he sated a petition on change.org to stop the delay. with nearly 50,000 signatures. >> they have already done this before. they did this in haiti, what is the difference? it's a siege lar crisis. >> wrote this let tore sprint, at&t, verison and t mobile and said, guaranteeing funds, their donations are having an immediate impact, but also ensure that donations are rushed to those most in need. we heard back from two of the carriers. sprint bark goes out to the people in japan. we are working with our partners and relief organizations to be as responsive as possible to meet current and future needs emanating from this disaster. at&t is expediting in order to get the donations to the red cross as soon as possible. he has friends and family in japan and says the petition is working. >> it's pretty remarkable how many people cared about it. >> at&t says they collected and dispursed
. you see the giant vacuum cleaner that people are using to suck water out of the carpet. there is mud covered everywhere here in downtown after a very traumatic day. >> at first, it was just a spectacle of nature. a downpour turned the normally calm river that runs downtown into an ugly, muddy rage. diverted water flow from a creek to underground. the crews reported hearing strange noises and then it blew. >> our house. >> thousands upon thousands of gallons of water cascaded down the hill and headed straight for homes and businesses in the downtown area. julie crane captured this footage of the water lapping at her front door t. went up a foot high and flooded her home. >> you were crying? >> oh, i was frightened. >> it's gone down a little bit. >> witnesses say a 2-foot wall of water and mud rushed through, inundating businesses with water at times that was knee deep. scott shot this video in front of the family business. >> seven minutes, it came up to here. and it came underneath our walls and our back door. the whole place became part of the river. >> the gash and the asp
. passport lines long and airports jammed. thursday the u.s. government offered to evacuate u.s. citizens. >> i'm concerned because i really doesn't know the situation about the radiation. it keeps changing. >> reporter: many japanese are fleeing the stricken northeast region and moving to shelters like this one in the northwest. here they found a place on the floor to sleep and a little bit of food. but the misery from the original disaster still hangs heavy over much of japan. new video of the tsunami shows the terror the water rushed higher and relief as neighbors rescued neighbors. thank you, this woman says. i thought i was going to die. japan's top government spokesman says the country is now willing to accept help from the u.s. military in tackling the nuclear crisis and are examining exactly what next action step to take. >>> detecting a plume of radioactive particles over the pacific ocean tonight from japan and tiny particles are already falling in the bay area. this as public health officials down play a plume descending on california. that plume is being monitored by stations
are prepared and it gives them a chance to use their toys and get out there and clean it up. >> yeah, they were definitely having a good time out there. you could say that. > thanks. >> the president says the united states is just days away from handing over control of military operations in libya to other countries. despite the cost, he says that americans will ultimately feel satisfied that this mission helped people. >> because of the extraordinary capabilities and valor of our men and women in uniform, we have already saved lives. >> the pentagon is blaming equipment failure for the f15 that crashed in libya today. two american pilots suffered minor injuries. in the meantime, the u.s. military says it is considering all options in response to attacks from civilians in the coastal city. this video reportedly shot there surfaced on youtube. >>> first contaminated well water, now a cock roach infestation. robert lials with another tenant's horror story. one of the bay area's most controversial landlords. >> we liked it because a lot of light got into the apartment. >> nick thou
cook shows us the important moment in the chase. >> reporter: it's almost like the surveillance cameras were meant to be here at this moment at this place. here you can see the police car and the suspect jeep hit each other head on. almost immediately the suspects take off, one sprints away, another barely escapes the officer and the third darts behind the crash in the opposite direction of his comrades and away from the camera. another point of view shows the almost caught suspect running away as the officer calls for back up. here you can see it would have the suspects sprinting down the residential street and into the neighborhood. police thought one was hiding in brandon's house. >> i think they thought he was in the backyard or in the field. >> reporter: before noon they caught one of the suspects. >> we did locate one in the out building in an area where he was described to have fled. >> reporter: neighbors say they have seen a rash of break-ins. >> it's very scary. especially with all these kids and playing riding bikes. >> they have been having a lot of home invasions lately
so why use a dirty dishwasher? hidden dirt can build up. for flawless results, use finish dishwasher cleaner to remove grease and limescale. and a cleaner dishwasher means amazing dishes. finish, the diamond standard. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> and we begin with breaking news out of japan. good evening, i'm dana king. >> a massive earthquake in japan. magnitude 8.8. those are live pictures of the tsunami that is rolling through cities and neighborhoods right now as it's happening. >> you can see in this water, there are buildings, there are rooftops, boats, vehicles, it's incredibly deep at this point. this quake struck just less than 90 minutes ago off the north eastern coast of japan. >> we've had seismograph, a tsunami watch is in effect. a tsunami watch is not as severe as a tsunami warning. we want to go to robert lyles who is monitoring the coverage. these are amazing pictures half way around the world. we are getting them live. entire cities are being inundated by water. >> you are watching tsunami waves. they swept into th
the u.s. is gearing up for possible military action in libya. >> tonight, the pentagon is moving american forces into the regions. charlie reports in a tv interview today, moammar gadhafi showed some serious signs of dilutions. >> protests in libya's capital. several hundred demonstrators gathered for a march before pro government fighters chased them away. the protesters left behind their message for moammar gadhafi to leave. in geneva, they had the same message, that gadhafi must go and he should be held accountable. >> these universal rights are unacceptable and will not be tolerated. >> slapped a libyan government with new sanctions, including an armed embargo. leaders are discussing a no fly zone over libya to prevent. >> our message to colonel gadhafi is simple, go now. >> gadhafi gave an interview to abc news. >> no inspiration. no, for what? they left me all with me. they left me all. >> for now, he has a firm grip on the capital. the government has been handing out cash to citizens to buy their support. while much of eastern libya is in rebel hands, the regime is
and what's more, they lied about it. joe vasquez showing us the surveillance tape. >> reporter: two incidents caught on camera in the 5th floor hawway of the henry hotel. watch as a group of people approach an apartment, they are undercover cops. the guys appear to put in a key, unlock the door, walk in and start making arrests. according to the public defender the cops barged in and didn't get permission. in their written police reports the officers claimed they asked a woman and she said it was okay. in the second video you see another group of people come in, then watch this, a police officer turns around and puts his hand up over the camera. he eventually lowers his hand and walks away. was he hiding something? according to the woman while the camera was blocked she was coerced into giving permission to let them go in. >> it's violating constitutional rights. >> reporter: a public defender said a judge dropped the case with the blocked camera on monday. prosecutors threw the other case out. >> wow. wow. dropped charged. we still got attacked. we still g discredited. >> reporte
in the bay area, but how can we be so sure? robert lial shows us what is monitoring our skies. >> eight stories above ellis in san francisco, it quietly spins. and at first glance, it looks like a middle school science project, but don't be deceived. this 4-foot tall tin man is scanning bay area air for something deadly. >> beta particles, which are the results of decay and gama waves. >> that's what could be released if the core explodes. if the explosion is significant enough, they get picked up with the jet stream and could drop radiation rain here. >> but that's extremely unlikely that there would be any risk to folks in this country. the distance is simply so large. >> still, the bay area management dramatic says -- >> my understanding is, they may be putting out additional monitors for this particular incident. >> mobile monitors. where, how many, no one will say, but radiation fear 5,000 miles away is playing out in local pharmacies. >> they say they don't have it and that whole sailers don't have it. >> there's been a run on iodine pills. >> people are terrified, includ
things about wolves. so please don't think of us as aggressive meat eaters. think of us as [beep] buddies. [applause] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- ,,,, the internet on a plane! are you from the future? um, no. cleveland. listen cleveland, your savings account is stuck in the past! earn more with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking baby! so instead of making peanuts, your savings will be earning three times the national average. oops. sorry. three times more? i'll have that! it is now safe to go online to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? buh-bye... call me. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> japan's worst earthquake in recorded history leaves the country crippled. hundreds are dead, but many more are still missing and powerful aftershocks are hampering rescue efforts. >>> the 8.9 quake spawned a two story high tsunami that swept on shore and took out everything in its path. the devastation that left behind for miles inland. >>> 5,000 miles and 11 hours later, the quake power surge slamme
. >>> a woman in her 80s used a gun to confront an intruder inside her richmond home and tonight we are hearing the 911 call that followed. robert reynolds on what happened after the gun went off. >> 911, where is your emergency? >> 911 dispatchers are accustomed to callers in distress. but the cry coming from this modest richmond home took on a particular urgency. >> what's going on there? >> i caught somebody in the house. broke the door down. >> we're protecting her identity because the frightened woman on the other end of that call is 84 years old and as the 911 dispatcher learned, all alone. >> nobody was here but me. >> but this was her flee or fight moment and she chose to fight. >> i remember seeing a man in the hall and i went and got my gun. >> she slept with this 38 revolver at her bedside for two decades. sunday night was the first time she had to pick it up. stripped this brazen burglar of all bravado. >> listen to me, is he still there? >> no. they are gone, so i shot at them. >> you shot at them? >> the situation was a reasonable thing to do. she was terrified of thi
before using. but it brings little comfort to tenants still under lease to thomas. >> he is just another person living somewhere paying rent in one of my places and i really don't give a crap about you. >> reporter: and with more than 200 previous lawsuits involving thomas, attorney sipich believes this is a landlord that fights compliance with the law. so -- >> this should go to the da. >> reporter: and the twist continued. late this afternoon we received this letter from the city of hayward saying that they found coli form, feke al coli form, andy cole i in the water and they are warning tenants not to drink it. but the tenants tell me within 1 hour of receiving the city's letter they got this letter from the landlord, richard thomas, saying that the water tested clear of any e. coli and that it was safe to drink and baste in. but at this hour there has been no change of perspective. in fact, thomas has been under instructions by the county to provide those living here with bottled water. so i asked them tonight if they had seen the landlord if they had received bottled water. one of t
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are getting a broader look at the power of the earthquake and the tsunami it triggered. grace lee gives us a tour of the damage. grace. >> the last 24 hours have been difficult. a lot of people had nowhere to go because their homes were destroyed. others had to spend the night in their cars because the roads were so damaged it was impossible to travel. and even more trying, those waiting to find out if loved ones live through that relentless tsunami. >> the most powerful earthquake recorded in japan rocked its people to the core. the 8.9 magnitude quake gave skyscrapers a good shake and rained architecture on its citizens. it's really frightening, this woman said in the town of yokahama, where people were dodging falling debris. >> i never experienced such shaking before. i could not keep standing and i never experienced such an earthquake before. >> and then only minutes later, a massive wall of water swallowed everything in its path. what looked like a boiling called rine, leaving a path of devastation three miles inland. caught in the grip of this tsunami, cars were pounded together
phone messages in his perjury trial. what prosecutors want to use them to prove. >> a floater. >> reporter: from 94 to 2003 giants slugger barry bonds had an affair with kimberly bell. prosecutors want those tapes as evidence that he was becoming aggressive. the suggestion that he was experiencing roid rage. the messages range in tone, some are sweet, in one he says i'm calling to wish you a happy valentines ' bah because you are worth all that, love to you baby, peace. other messages filled with swearing as bonds trying to track bell down, time after time. quote, kim, i just paged you, now i'm missed -- i don't give a blank what you better just find me. if i page you better drop everything and call me back. kim, i'm starting to get upset. very upset. where in the blank are you? pick up the phone, call you tomorrow. i'm beyond the word missed. in a motion the defense argues that the recordings shouldn't be admissible because they are irrelevant, prejudicial and a waste of the court's time. the defense said that is because there is no reference to performance enhancing drugs in
phillips shows us some warn that this campaign is creating new enemies for the west. >> reporter: of altogether targets that have been hit in these attacks this flattened building in the gaddafi compound in tripoli is one they claimed about the most. they say this attack was launched to kill him. despite the hundreds of people who have been gathered around the complex to provide protection. >> family, children, men and women have come from everywhere to stay day and night to protect this location. to protect this location. and the rockets hit only 50 to 100 meeter away from them. >> reporter: gaddafi himself was probably not in his tent. he hasn't been seen since before the bombing began, his location a secret. his tv speeches threatening a long war have been played out over a shot of the monument to the last american attack here in 1986. as nervous libyan gunners have been hosing down the sky with antiaircraft fire for the third night running, those enforcing the un resolution have had to explain that the libyan leader himself is not a target. to the libyans who support muammar
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with a card i use, the date, the product, and my phone number and call me. >> reporter: they are giving refunds for them even if you already ate it. >> a warning to homeowners tonight. what's in the mail that the state says you should take a long hard look at. >>> and the show will go on just not in the castro. why britney spears show is being moved at the last minute. >>> and not just the first actress to earn more than a million dollars for a role. tonight a look at her role in the fight against aids and the legacy she leaves in the bay area. e payments: . >>> the state is now telling bay area homeowners having trouble making their mortgage payments be careful of a new batch of letters in the mail. julie shows you what they offer. >> reporter: cheryl and bennie say it was ray of hope, a let erin viting them to join a lawsuit. >> first got it thought wow, maybe we can keep the home. >> reporter: when they called for details they were told getting in would cost a flat fee of $7,000. >> i looked at ben and we said yeah, if it's going to save our house i don't care. so, that's when we
vasquez shows us protestors got more than they bargained for. >> reporter: dana the stakes were pretty high. they face jail time and some serious academic punishment. instead the protestors out on the ledge walked out free tonight. dozens of police officers in riot beer marched towards the steps of wheeler hall. they sprayed pepper spray, protestors moved over to the west side of the steps and held their ground. >> we're sitting here and started getting kicked and pushed, i was grabbed by my neck, pushed also, people were falling all over us and we were getting beat. >> reporter: the demonstration began hours earlier when protestors literally bent out on a ledge, 6 of them chained themselves together and stood on a wide platform outside the 4th floor of wheeler hall. their comrades used a rope to lift up supplies like food and water. the police grabbed one through a window and alerted him leaving 8 on the ledge. they say they are angry to the budget cuts to the university of california system. they are also upset about layoffs. for hours they occupied the entire front steps of the buil
for us here in california? well experts say it is highly unlikely than any radiation could reach our coast, most of it will diffuse in the air, and the rest will drop into the pacific. >> when you dissolve salt into water what happens? while delusion is not the solution in this case, it is going to make it so you really can't measure it. >> reporter: while it's unlikely we'll be exposed to 2 radiation from japan what about our own nuclear reactors here in california. are the diablo canyon and santa nobody lay plants strong enough to withstand a tsunami. well it depends who you ask. just 60 miles from the san andreas plant is the diablo canyon nuclear plant. for 25 years it has turned out electricity. they say this will withstand any earthquake up to a 7.5. >> like all u.s. nuclear reactors they are over built. >> they operate the plant supplying electricity to 1 1/2 million house holds, edison says its plant can withstand anything up to a 7.0 and it has a 30-foot wall to hold off a potential tsunami. >> when we talk about with standing, certainly you're not infeignedding to operate t
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of us with two legs have our choice of places to work out, but local laws muzzle the workout of our four legged friend. >> it's great for the dog. they get exercise. they don't get it elsewhere, you know, this is the only way they can run around. >> that's why crystal packs up her one-year-old lab mix. >> there's not that many. there's a couple in santa clara and mountain view, but this is the closest one. >> the dugans call it the canine play date. >> it's a friendly group. they are all like a club. they all know each other. >> but not everyone sees the four legged patrons as man's best friend and has gone on the attack in a disting and potentially deadly way. poison complete with this calling card. all dogs must die. once maybe a prank, but twice, that seems to be a pattern. in fact, on two separate occasions, someone has left open bait box of commercial rat poison inside the park. the city is now posting warnings. >> one box was left within the park area. so the other pox that is left in the entry way where there are two gates and all people and dogs have to go through. some of
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